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Monday, April 21, 2014 4:12 PM • Mōno Simeone
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Tuesday, March 04, 2014 11:51 PM • Mōno Simeone
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  • Monday, April 21, 2014 4:12 PM | Mōno Simeone (Administrator)
    Job Title*: Information Technology Manager
    Job Description: City of San José, CA
    Department of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement

    Information Technology Manager
    Annual salary range: up to $123,448
    The actual salary will depend on the qualifications of the individual selected.
    The City also provides a competitive benefit package.
    Application deadline: Sunday, May 18, 2014

    Known as the “Capital of Silicon Valley”, San José is the world’s center of innovation and one of the most dynamic and diverse large cities in the United States. The Department of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement (PBCE) is a customer-focused, goal-oriented organization responsible for all the activities centered on land use, building code compliance, and construction throughout the City. It serves over 30,000 customers each year in the permit center, and performs over 200,000 Building inspections per year.

    Reporting to the Administrative Officer, the IT Manager is responsible for managing, planning, coordinating, and executing all the Information Technology systems that support Development Services. The IT Manager will lead a staff of seven professionals to develop and implement an ambitious strategic plan.

    PBCE is searching for a dynamic, creative and results driven professional with prior supervisorial experience and excellent skills in project management. The ideal candidate will have the ability to translate complicated IT issues into understandable terms, and to mentor an experienced staff. The IT Manager is responsible for coordinating the replacement of existing property-based data maintenance procedures with an incremental update and real-time query, integrating the permit system and enabling a quick launch from this system to the online Geographic Information System (GIS) functionality.

    To be considered, submit a cover letter, list of six work-related references (who will not be contacted without prior notice), indication of current salary and a resume that reflects the size of staff, budgets and types of systems you have managed. Your resume should indicate both months and years of beginning/ending dates of positions held. Submit the requested materials to:

    Ed Tewes
    CPS HR Consulting
    241 Lathrop Way
    Sacramento, CA 95815
    Ph: 916.263.1401
    Fx: 916.561.7205

    To view an online brochure for this position visit:
    City of San José - Department of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement website:

    The City of San José is an equal opportunity employer.
    Salary: up to $123,448
    Organization*: City of San José, CA
    Department: Department of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement
    Address*: 200 E. Santa Clara St.

    San Jose, CA 95113
    United States
    Contact Name: Ed Tewes
    Contact Email:
    Contact Phone Number: 916-263-1401
    Contact Fax Number: 916-561-7205
  • Saturday, April 19, 2014 11:16 PM | Mōno Simeone (Administrator)
    Job Title*: Survey/GIS Analyst
    Job Description: Description:

    Using GIS technologies, extracts, consolidates and converts data for use in the implementation and development of GIS/Survey products. Performs advance geo-processing functions and analysis to produce analytical graphics, survey maps and reports. Uses open source and commercial GIS software and database to publish data and maps to the Internet.


    Must have a minimum of 5 years of experience with Survey/GIS
    Manage the technical aspect of the project by gathering, entering, manipulating, editing and analyzing data
    Assist in creation of process documentation and metadata
    Plan and execute the project for timely delivery by converting and digitizing data; conducting quality checks, analyzing data and review project for accuracy
    Use commercial and open source software to create web map services, feature services, and dynamic web pages
    With Applications include data and object linking, multi-source mash-ups and integration of relational databases with survey/geospatial data
    Ensure the quality and client standards are met by performing routine quality checks on each project
    Conduct comparative analysis between plans from sources
    Examine and evaluate data to detect inconsistencies and communicates any errors.
    Provide alternatives to resolve problems by gathering and analyzing data and information
    Mitigate future conversion problems by maintaining conversion specification documentation and property document detailed steps of conversation for Q/A and end user guide


    Must have knowledge and experience with the core ESRI GIS software products, specifically ArcGIS Desktop & Server, and ArcSDE
    Must have knowledge of Structured Query Language (SQL) scripting language to retrieve data from relational database management systems
    Must be familiar with ArcObjects/VBA/Python scripting and programming
    Exposure to GIS application development utilizing (, C#, Microsoft Silverlight, Adobe Flex)
    Exposure to Web development using PHP, Javascript.
    Must have good analytical, problem solving, communication (verbal and written), and customer service skills

    For consideration, please apply online at:

    We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
    Organization*: Psomas
    Department: Survey / GIS
    Address*: Client Site

    Oakland, California 94602
    United States
    Contact Name:
    Contact Email:
    Contact Phone Number:
    Contact Fax Number:
  • Saturday, April 19, 2014 11:15 PM | Mōno Simeone (Administrator)
    Job Title*: Senior Geographic Systems Specialist
    Job Description: The San José Fire Department is recruiting for a temporary Senior Geographic Systems Specialist (Sr. GSS) position in the Bureau of Administrative Services. The position is funded through June 30, 2014, however the Department is recommending permanent funding for this position for the upcoming 2014-15 fiscal year. This position will be a member of the Department’s Information Technology Division, and provides analytical and mapping assistance to support the Fire Department operations. This position will conduct also extensive data analysis, create maps and reports to maintain the methodologies that measure performance of various facets of Fire Department operations. The Information Technology (IT) Division supports 33 fire stations and 2 field offices, ensuring availability and reliability of critical systems. The IT Division reports directly to the Fire Department Deputy Director for Administrative Services and will work closely with the Deputy Fire Chief for Field Operations. Individuals assigned to this division require excellent command of verbal and written communication skills.

    Key Responsibilities

    This Sr. GSS position will manage mapping projects and, when applicable, application development activities to support the mapping function. Typical duties will include:

    Perform analytical analysis with large datasets using ArcGIS suite.

    Hands-on experience of Feature Manipulation Engine (FME).

    Hands-on use of relational databases.

    Prepare/Perform data modeling and entity-relationship diagrams.

    Develop, document, use, and troubleshoot workflows.

    Troubleshoot software issues related to all GIS service delivery function when possible.

    Coordinate with Enterprise GIS Program team and Police GIS liaison.

    Please apply on our website at:
    Salary: $68,889.60 - $83,928.00 annually
    Organization*: City of San Jose
    Department: Fire Department
    Address*: 300 East Santa Clara Street
    United States
    San Jose, CA 95113
    United States
    Contact Name:
    Contact Email:
    Contact Phone Number: 408-975-1404
    Contact Fax Number:
  • Saturday, April 19, 2014 11:14 PM | Mōno Simeone (Administrator)
    Job Title*: GIS Technician in Oakland
    Job Description: Garcia and Associates, a natural and cultural resources firm, seeks a GIS Technician for its Oakland, CA, office. Responsibilities will include managing spatial data, incorporating data into projects, and preparing maps. All work will require efficient coordination with interdisciplinary resource staff.

    Candidates must have experience in:
    • ESRI-based production environment (ArcGIS 10.2)
    • Cartographic principles and production through use of templates, basemaps, styles
    • Remote sensing/aerial photo interpretation

    Candidates shall have a bachelor’s degree in Geography, GIS, Natural Resources or related degree with a majority of coursework in GIS and 1-2 years professional experience. Candidates must be detail-oriented and have good multi-tasking skills.

    We offer a relaxed environment and compensation that includes competitive pay; medical coverage; matching 401(k); and paid vacation, illness, and holiday leave. Salary will be commensurate with experience.

    To apply, email a cover letter and resume to
    Salary: DOE
    Organization*: Garcia and Associates
    Department: Natural and Cultural Resources Consulting Services
    Address*: 1512
    Franklin Street
    Oakland, CA 94612
    United States
    Contact Name:
    Contact Email:
    Contact Phone Number:
    Contact Fax Number: 510-891-0027
  • Saturday, March 22, 2014 11:59 PM | Mōno Simeone (Administrator)
    Job Description: Applications will be accepted at from 3/17 through 3/28/2014.

    The Department of Planning, Building and Environmental Services maintains over 150 data layers in a GIS designed and managed by the County’s Information Technology Group. The data covers a broad range of topics that include land use and zoning, agriculture, biological and cultural resources, public health and safety, topographical and geological resources, infrastructure, service areas and jurisdictional boundaries, and more. This library of data is utilized by Department staff and others in the County to plan and process development proposals, assess environmental impacts, implement land use regulations, forecast future development in support of long-range planning efforts, and serve the public. Continual development, updating and maintenance of this data is critical in keeping the information current and accurate.

    Under general supervision, the position performs technical-level work to create, revise, manipulate, and maintain spatial database records used with the County’s Geographic Information System (GIS); to utilize this system for the creation, manipulate and maintenance of spatial and tabular data and for the production of electronic and hard-copy maps; and to perform related work as assigned.

    May also perform a variety of responsible professional planning duties in the field of current and advance planning; may prepare, process and present environmental analysis reports, zoning research findings and planning agenda items, disseminate zoning/regulatory and permitting process information to the public and provide assistance to the public and developers on complex planning matters; and, as assigned, perform business process analysis and ensure efficiency of the Department’s GIS system.


    The Planner III-Geographic Information Systems Specialist is a senior level professional that requires significant expertise to perform complex professional duties in support of the Planning, Building and Environmental Services (PBES) Department’s databases and geographic information systems.

    The Planner III is the advanced journey level class in the professional planning series. This class is distinguished from the Planner II level by the successful completion, on a regular and continuing basis, of the more complex planning assignments or by possession of the skills necessary to independently perform technical-level work to create, revise, manipulate, and maintain spatial database records used with the County’s Geographic Information System (GIS). This position is expected to perform the full GIS duties with a significant degree of independent judgment and responsibility. Positions assigned to this class may also apply specialized and advanced level knowledge, skills and abilities in the area to which they are assigned and may serve as a lead worker to lower level planning or GIS staff.


    General supervision is provided by the Supervising Planner of the Engineering and Conservation Division.

    Functional or lead supervision may be provided by the Geographic Information Systems Analyst.


    To qualify for this classification, an individual must possess any combination of experience and education that would produce the required knowledge, skills and abilities. A desirable combination is:

    Three years of increasingly responsible GIS analysis, data compilation, manipulation, maintenance and conversion, map production and analysis with a general understanding of the mapping needs of current planning projects.

    Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s degree in geographic information systems, geography, regional, land use or environmental planning or related field.

    License or Certificate
    Possession of a valid California Driver’s License.

    Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:

    Provide technical services relating to the planning, organization, development, maintenance and operation of the Department’s GIS;

    Use ArcGIS and related software to develop and maintain a comprehensive library of data layers related to land holdings and land use, natural and cultural resources, trails and recreational facilities, water and service areas, transportation and energy infrastructure, geology and geologic hazards, demographics, and other essential planning data sets;

    Link scanned documents and digital information to GIS/map features for achieving and retrieval in ArcGIS and ArcReader;

    Prepare spatial data and associated maps for the Department, the general public and other County Departments/Agencies to accurately and effectively visualize potential impacts of proposed development projects;

    Conduct scheduled maintenance of existing digital data sets for the Department, including related FGDC-compliant metadata;

    Collect and process digital data from various sources for use as GIS products and analyses;

    Perform GIS analysis and spatial modeling in support of a wide variety of planning activities and development projects, including advanced mapping and analyses using ESRI/GIS products and plug-ins (ArcGIS, Spatial Analyst and other tools) to provide accurate projections of selected areas, develop summary statistics, identify sensitive resource buffers, and query spatial data in proximity to selected features;

    Provide support in the coordination of the Department’s GIS Internship program;

    Work independently with minimum of supervision, and cooperatively with Departmental staff, other County employees and consultants, and outside agency personnel;

    Prepare a variety of correspondence, documentation and other written materials including updates to procedural manuals as assigned;

    Attend training sessions and staff meetings;

    Conduct research, compile potential project environmental/ecological and economic aspects of varying degree of complexity;

    Prepare and/or coordinate the maps needed in the preparation of negative declarations (ND), mitigated negative declarations (MND) or Environmental Impact Reports (EIRs);

    Serve as the subject matter resource for Departmental GIS mapping needs and updates and represent the Department as needed at meetings, commissions, committees, boards and public hearings; and

    Perform related duties as assigned.



    Operational characteristics, services, and activities of a GIS program.

    Geographic systems hardware, software and applications as utilized by the County.

    Principles and practices of digitizing, data conversion, data management and cartography.

    Relational database technology.

    Maps and map-related information including those used for land use planning purposes.

    System documentation principles and practices.

    Record keeping principles and practices.

    Commonly used spreadsheet, word processing, scanning, presentation and database software.


    Manage numerous projects simultaneously to meet multiple deadlines.

    Plan workloads, schedule assignments, prioritize tasks, and assign projects; train other planning employees.

    Examine, analyze, and process GIS data and compile complex written technical reports.

    Plan and evaluate the Department’s geographic information program and make effective recommendations for improvements.

    Plan, design, coordinate and implement effective GIS applications for the Department.

    Use the application program languages and system hardware and software utilized by the County GIS effectively.

    Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.


    Work independently with a minimum of supervision.

    Use the system hardware and software utilized by the County’s GIS to effectively produce digital maps, hardcopy maps, databases, reports and other documentation.

    Effectively prepare maps using the commonly accepted practices of cartography.

    Understand and conceptualize spatial data.

    Prepare clear and concise work documentation, updated procedures and technical reports.

    Organize own work, set priorities and meet critical deadlines.

    Use initiative and independent judgment within established procedural guidelines.

    Establish and maintain effective working relationships with county employees, contractors and the general public.

    Analyze and solve problems logically, and follow detailed instructions.

    Communicate clearly and effectively both orally and in writing to various audiences.

    Perform basic mathematics and geometric calculations of plane and solid figures.

    Instruct non-technical users in software use and procedures.

    Coordinate and/or conduct department specific software training for end users as needed.
    Salary: $78,520.00 - $94,390.40 Annually
    Organization*: County Of Napa
    Department: Planning, Building and Environmental Services
    Address*: 1195 Third Street, Suite 110

    Napa, CA 94558
    United States
    Contact Name:
    Contact Email:
    Contact Phone Number: 707-253-4000
    Contact Fax Number:
  • Tuesday, March 04, 2014 11:51 PM | Mōno Simeone (Administrator)
    Job Title*: GIS Programmer Analyst
    Job Description: The Natural Capital Project is a partnership among Stanford University’s Woods Institute for the Environment, University of Minnesota’s Institute on the Environment, The Nature Conservancy, and World Wildlife Fund. We develop tools to model and map the distribution of biodiversity and the flow of multiple ecosystem services across land- and seascapes. We seek a creative and talented geographer or ecologist for a GIS programmer analyst position to advance the development, testing and application of terrestrial and freshwater ecosystem service models.

    The successful candidate will contribute to NatCap’s ongoing efforts to provide process-based ecosystem service modeling in support of decision making around the world. To date, these efforts have resulted in InVEST, a tool that tracks the production and valuation of ecosystem services, and RIOS, a landscape optimization support tool for watershed services. The programmer analyst will develop, program, improve and apply spatially-explicit ecosystem services models written in Python. In addition, they will gather, create and prepare digital data needed for GIS analysis. The programmer analyst will work in close collaboration with NatCap’s interdisciplinary team, which includes scientists, economists and software engineers, to produce simple, scientifically robust models that have outputs that resonate with stakeholders and decision makers.

    Our core team is located in Seattle, Washington, DC, University of Minnesota and Stanford, and we have active partners around the globe. This position will be based at Stanford. It will require extensive interaction with interdisciplinary teams and some travel.

    Required Qualifications:
    • B.S. and/or M.S. in geography, ecology, agricultural or natural resource sciences, mathematics, or a related field
    • Expertise in GIS and geospatial analysis
    • Strong quantitative skills and proficiency in the Python programming language
    • Ability to work effectively on multiple concurrent projects
    • Excellent communication skills

    Preferred Qualifications:
    • Experience working with large datasets, including raster, vector and tabular
    • Experience applying or developing social and/or ecological models in the context of natural resource and/or land-use management
    • Experience with both ArcGIS and QGIS
    • Experience working with collaborators from diverse backgrounds and capacity to engage with interdisciplinary teams
    • Proficiency in Spanish a plus

    Term: One year fixed term with possible extension, contingent upon funding and programmatic needs.

    Interested applicants should apply online at and include a cover letter describing your experience and interest, as well as a CV and contact information for three references. More information on the Natural Capital Project can be found at We will begin reviewing applications on Monday, Feb. 24, and the position will remain open until filled.

    Stanford University is committed to equal opportunity through affirmative action in employment and we are especially eager to identify minority persons and women with appropriate qualifications. Final candidates will be subject to a background check prior to hiring.
    Organization*: Natural Capital Project
    Address*: 371 Serra Mall

    Stanford, CA 94305
    United States
    Contact Name:
    Contact Email:
    Contact Phone Number:
    Contact Fax Number:
  • Tuesday, March 04, 2014 11:50 PM | Mōno Simeone (Administrator)
    Job Title*: Image Processing Analyst
    Job Description: We are a start-up seeking collaborators to help us design and build our image processing system. Specifically, we are looking for talented engineers to help convert raw, aerial spectral data into crop insights we can deliver to our customers.

    Responsibilities would include:
    -Georegistration, orthorectification and atmospheric correction of raw imagery;
    -Integration and optimization of existing algorithms;
    -Development of new scripts to further automate workflow;
    -Data management to allow for development of crop health indices.

    At a minimum, we expect candidates to have the following qualifications:
    -Two years of image processing experience;
    -Two years of experience with programming/scripting (bonus points for Python);
    -Ability to commit 15-40 hours per week.

    We are offering competitive compensation with the potential for longer-term collaboration and equity.

    About us:
    We are a team of Stanford grad students and our mission is to conserve the world's resources. We are working on a technology that can help farmers by using UAVs/ aerial photography and spectral image processing to monitor crops. We help the farmer use this data to improve crop management practices like fertilizer application, irrigation schedules, stress/problem detection, and other applications. Currently, we have built a prototype, are working with several pilot customers, and have raised seed funding.
    Salary: Competitive depending upon prior experience
    Organization*: Ceres Imaging
    Address*: United States
    United States
    United States, United States United States
    United States
    Contact Name:
    Contact Email:
    Contact Phone Number: 817-228-0609
    Contact Fax Number:
  • Friday, February 21, 2014 5:27 PM | Mōno Simeone (Administrator)
    Job Description: Deer Creek Resources (DCR) mapping specialists provide onsite GIS, printing, and technical support during major wildland fires and other emergency incidents across the American West. We are accepting applications for our incident mapping team for the 2014 wildfire season. Applicants must reside in CA, OR, or UT. For more information, visit"
    Salary: DOE
    Organization*: Deer Creek GIS
    Address*: 807 Moss Ave
    United States
    Chico, ca 95926
    United States
    Contact Name: Paul Lackovic
    Contact Email:
    Contact Phone Number:
    Contact Fax Number:
  • Thursday, February 06, 2014 10:06 PM | Mōno Simeone (Administrator)
    Job Description    Foothill-De Anza Community College District

    Geography/Geospatial Technology Instructor

    Announcement #: 14-059
    Campus: Foothill College
    Required Documents: Resume, Transcript(s), Required Supplemental Documents
    Number of Working Months: 10 Months
    Salary: $53,730 - $88,243 Annually
    Close Date: 2/17/14
    Employment Duration: Full-Time

    Foothill College is seeking a dynamic, motivated, and collegial full-time Geography/Geospatial Technology instructor with a strong commitment to the missions of California’s community colleges. The successful candidate will teach college-level Geography and Geospatial Technology courses. Assignment may include evening classes. Participate in Geography Department activities such as curriculum development, and selection of texts.

    Standard duties expected of all faculty include development and evaluation of curricula, maintaining scheduled office hours, attendance at department and division meetings, pursuing professional growth activities, and performing other duties consistent with the role of an instructor. Instructors also have the opportunity to serve on District and college committees and participate in campus extra-curricular activities.

    Faculty also is responsible for developing and assessing Student Learning Outcomes. We seek faculty members who are themselves the life-long learners and independent thinkers we wish our students to become. We are looking for educators who are creative and responsible in their use of time and resources, who possess a clear vision for creating a democratic learning environment and who can translate that vision into practice.

    1. Understanding of, sensitivity to, and respect for the diverse academic, socio-economic, ethnic, religious, and cultural backgrounds, disability, and sexual orientation of community college students, faculty and staff.
    2. Master’s degree in geography OR bachelor’s degree in geography AND master’s degree in geology, history, meteorology, or oceanography OR the equivalent.

    1. Knowledge, ability and enthusiasm to teach the full scope of lower division transfer level Geography courses and Geospatial Technology career technical education classes.
    2. Experience using geospatial technology.
    3. Successful experience teaching students of ethnically and culturally diverse backgrounds at the community college level.
    4. Experience and/or strong interest in teaching courses online.
    5. Initiative and ability to develop and update curriculum.
    6. Knowledge of and experience with current computer software as it relates to higher education and Geography.
    7. Ability to use various teaching methods that a) engage students in their own learning, including outcomes that motivate students to develop higher order thinking skills; and b) ensure consistent and appropriate monitoring of student progress.
    8. Commitment to the mission of the community college and its philosophy of education
    9. Demonstrated enthusiasm and interest in working cooperatively with colleagues in multiple departments and in serving on college committees in a shared governance organization.

    1. A District application to be completed at
    *In the application, you will provide information, which demonstrates your understanding of, sensitivity to, and respect for the diverse academic, socio-economic, ethnic, religious, and cultural backgrounds, disability, and sexual orientation of community college students, faculty and staff.
    2. A cover letter that explains your interest in and enthusiasm for teaching Geography / Geospatial Technology students at a community college.
    3. A current resume of all work experience, formal education and training.
    4. All college transcripts scanned in Word or PDF version.
    5. In a supplemental attachment provide a response of no more than two double spaced typed pages to the following question: What would you do as a faculty member to increase student retention, course completion and persistence in Geography and Geospatial Technology courses at Foothill College?

    We do not accept JPEG or other file formats for transcripts. Both Foothill De Anza CCD employees and external candidates must submit transcripts. Applicants who have international transcripts must obtain and submit transcripts that are evaluated by an independent educational-equivalency evaluation company, and obtain an English translation (if necessary). These services are to be done at the applicant’s expense.

    If any required application materials are omitted, the committee will not review your application materials. Application materials not required (including reference letters) for this position will not be accepted.

    Please allow yourself ample time to complete your application and resolve any technical difficulties that may arise with your submission. We do not guarantee a response to application questions within 48 hours of the closing date.

    HIRING RANGE: $53,730 - $88,243 annually plus benefits; actual placement is based on applicant’s verified education and experience.

    For the complete Faculty Salary Schedule, go to:

    Excellent benefits package which includes medical coverage for employee and eligible dependents, dental, vision care, employee assistance program, long term disability, retirement benefits and basic life insurance. Faculty are also eligible for paid sabbatical leaves and stipends for educational and professional development.

    For information on our benefits package that includes medical for employees and dependents, visit our web site:

    1. Endurance within a classroom setting, teaching students while standing, sitting, or walking throughout the classroom.
    2. Use of aids such as chalkboards, posters, bulletin boards, overhead projector, television, recorder, computer, and technological equipment.
    3. Retrieval, use, storage, and light lifting of teaching material, including books, equipment, assignments, etc.
    4. Personally model subject-matter knowledge in written and oral language.
    5. Accurately assess students' learning abilities, needs, and styles.
    6. Seeing to read various materials.
    7. Hearing and speaking to exchange information in person.
    8. Develop and implement a behavioral management process for monitoring, evaluating, and managing both appropriate and inappropriate student behaviors.
    9. Address stressful events, created by hostile students by (a) maintaining emotional control, (b) listening without judgment or retaliation, (c) reasoning objectively and consistently, (d) keeping at the forefront the best interests of the student, and (e) maintaining professionalism and due process.

    TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Full-time, Permanent, 10-months per year

    STARTING DATE: Fall 2014

    Persons with disabilities who require reasonable accommodation to complete the employment process must notify Employment Services no later than the closing date of the announcement.

    The successful applicant will be required to provide proof of authorization to work in the U.S.

    The Foothill-De Anza Community College District does not reimburse applicants for travel, lodging or any other costs incurred by applicant to attend interviews. All interviewing costs incurred will be the responsibility of the applicant.

    For more information about our application process contact:
    Employment Services
    Foothill-De Anza Community College District
    12345 El Monte Road
    Los Altos Hills, California 94022
    (650) 949-6217


    To view full job description or to apply, visit:

    Salary    $53,730 - $88,243 Annually
    Organization    Foothill-De Anza Community College District
    Address    Foothill-De
    Anza Community College District
    Los Altos Hills, CA 94022
    United States
    Contact Name   
    Contact Email   
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  • Thursday, February 06, 2014 10:05 PM | Mōno Simeone (Administrator)
    Job Title    GIS Engineering Technician
    Job Description    Summary:

    Under direction of the GIS Supervisor, the GIS Technician will be responsible for the design, development and maintenance of GIS data and maps for the water and sewer infrastructure, as well as respond to requests for custom maps and/or reports. This position is located at General Office in San Jose, California.


    •Updates and maintains all mapping, database, and geographical information systems for all water and waste water systems.
    •Accurately maps water and waste water systems including service areas, easements, roadways, groundwater supply wells, water storage tanks, pump stations and piping, water treatment facilities, water mains, valves, hydrants, services, meters, and vaults.
    •Develops GIS analytical methodologies and assesses appropriateness of GIS applications for specific projects.
    •Acquires and manages GIS data.
    •Produces cartographic presentations, reports, and analyses as requested.
    •Provides technical assistance and training support to customers using GIS including application of geospatial data, tools, and methods to address needs.
    •Manages multiple projects with competing deadlines.
    •Participates in the Company’s Continuous Improvement process and projects.
    •Performs other duties as assigned.


    •Associate’s degree or related course work in GIS, or a related field and equivalent relevant experience.
    •Two years of experience utilizing and implementing GIS or related geographical mapping applications.
    •Two years of experience analyzing data and creating reports using various databases or software applications. Experience using GPS, CAD, imagery, or cartography applications is preferred.
    •Experience in water, wastewater, or other utilities is preferred.
    •Valid California Driver License.
    Deadline to submit resume is January 21, 2014.

    Cal Water is the largest investor-owned water utility in California, and is committed to being the industry leader in providing traditional and innovative services to its customers. Cal Water offers premium-paid medical, dental, & vision coverage, paid vacation, 11 paid holidays, 3 floating holidays, sick pay, 401K plan with company matching 75% of first 8% of employee contributions, & a company-funded pension plan as well as numerous possibilities for advancement, and a terrific opportunity to receive superior hands on training through our customized Continuous Improvement program. EOE.

    The Equal Opportunity Policy of the Company is based upon the philosophy that all people should be treated fairly and with dignity. California Water Service Company, Hawaii Water Service Company, New Mexico Water Service Company and Washington Water Service Company do not discriminate against any applicant or employee because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or any other protected class. The Company makes all employment decisions in a non-discriminatory manner.
    Salary    30.64-41.34
    Organization    California Water Service Company
    Address    1720
    North First Street
    San Jose, CA 95112
    United States
    Contact Name    Tammy
    Contact Email
    Contact Phone Number    408-367-8372
    Contact Fax Number   
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